And I woke up in this sullen room of mine. The curtains being lullabied by the swift ocean wind caught my eyes; then, tears run down my face. It's been six months but still the wound caused by his sudden loss haunts me everyday. How I wish I've spent a lot of time with him. But reality does not only bite, its wound kills. My sole knight in shining armor will remain nothing but a hopeless dream, he left me. He's gone forever. Though my mind wants to stay in my bed's comfort, my body moves freely. I turned towards the wall clock and saw that it's already 11 am. I guess my body craves already for something nutritious for last night I wasn't able to eat anything. I admit that I almost lost my appetite since that unfateful morning. My parents untiringly convinced me to regain my strength for just a week I lost some pounds. They even make sure to see me every week and bring me to places where I might unwind yet failed. That's when I decided to just stay in this resort where I found solace, serenity. And yes, six long months passed. But everything still felt like yesterday, I can still hear how I shrieked, screamed until a voice can't be heard anymore. Will I ever get the chance to free myself from this mired and haunting feeling? I guess the same answer for the past months; it's like the 30th day of February. Its nothing and undoubtedly impossible. Unconsciously, my feet brought me to the engaging, bracing wind from the sea. It's when at times like this, I almost undergo the state of utopia. How I wish to be in this forever. I wish to never ever feel pain, crestfallen anymore. As I stroll by the beach, an unfamiliar image caught my weary, murky eyes. Is that a big fish, a dolphin, a shark? No, it can't be. I briskly walk towards it and little by little I begin to realize. That thing isn't any helpless, wounded sea creature. It's a human, a boy.